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ACTION ALERT: Manure Pipes Monday; CUP Appeals Tuesday

Manure Pipes Monday; CUP Appeals Tuesday–Contact Legislators Now!

House Bill 1184 would place force-main CAFO manure disposal pipes in the section of code dealing with public utilities ( 369 more words


DRA Weekly Legislative Update

Two Must-Kill Bills Will Have Second Committee Hearings Soon

House Bill 1292 seeks to change the standard of appeal for Conditional Use Permits. Currently, those counties and municipalities that use a ⅔ majority to approve these permits have a de certiorari standard of review, wherein the courts grant a level of certainty that the permitting board followed its own rules in the permit approval (or denial) process. 1,235 more words

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Dakota Rural Action Weekly Legislative Update

PACE Bill Heard in House Commerce & Energy
This Wednesday, members from our Community Energy Development (CED) Committee presented a strong defense of our Property-Assessed Clean Energy… 1,245 more words

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DRA Weekly Legislative Update

Gavel In; Gavel Out–No Floor Action on Manure Pipes, Other Bills Until Monday

It started snowing early Thursday, and by noon, legislators and lobbyists alike were fleeing the Capitol to head home for the weekend ahead of a projected 6-8” of accumulation. 1,123 more words

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ACTION ALERT: CAFO Manure Pipes as "Public Utility"--House Floor Today

CAFO Proponents Want Manure Disposal Pipes Treated (But Not Regulated) Like Public Utilities

HOUSE BILL 1184 on the House Floor TODAY. CALL OR EMAIL NOW!!! 324 more words

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ACTION ALERT: Manure Pipes, Oil Spills, Water Permits TUESDAY


BAD! Call to Defeat:

  • An Act to Provide Certain Provisions Regarding Waste Disposal Lines along or under highways (
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DRA Weekly Legislative Update

There’s a lot on our plates for next week–and this weekend is a good time for you to get in touch with your legislators at Cracker Barrels and Coffees or down at the local cafe! 1,022 more words

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